News tagged: Chipset
While nowadays smartphones are very powerful, they also come with a few drawbacks because of that, such as unimpressive battery life and high operating temperature. If companies want to have the chipset inside the phone working on its highest clocks, they need to use heat pipes.
We already had a chance to learn a few things about Huawei's upcoming flagship smartphone Mate 10, but thanks to newly leaked details, we have more information on the chipset that powers the phone. The Mate 10 is expected to pack in-house Kirin 970 chipset that will be
Samsung was first rumoured to be working on its own GPU way back in 2014. The chipset was expected to arrive in 2015, but the company signed a technology agreement with ARM to use its GPUs inside Exynos chipsets. By doing that, Samsung also delayed the development of its in-house
With Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus being official, Samsung has started looking towards the future. The development of the successor to the recently launched flagship smartphones has started and according to a report by Aju Business Daily, Samsung and Qualcomm are already in talks
Back in August 2016, MediaTek took off the wraps from its upcoming flagship chipset. Several months later, and there are still no phones with the Helio X30 chipset on the market. The first phone powered by the chipset is expected to be announced at Mobile World Congress 2017
It's no secret that Xiaomi is working on its first chipset to further reduce cost of making mobile devices. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer started making its own chipset back in 2015 and they finally have something to show. The first chipset will be released later this month
With the ongoing legal issues with Qualcomm, and already axed Exynos 8890-powered handset, Meizu has now confirmed that the upcoming Pro 6s will use MediaTek's chipset. Some rumours were suggesting Helio P20 SoC, but it looks like Meizu has different plans.
As expected, Samsung has just announced that is has started mass production of Exynos 7 Dual 7270 chipset for wearables. The mass production of the chipset comes only weeks after the company started mass production of Exynos 7 Quad 7570 for smartphones.
Qualcomm offers chipset for all segments, from entry-level to high-end and is pretty much dominating the market. To stay ahead of the competition like MediaTek, Samsung, Huawei, Apple, NVIDIA and others, the company is always working on new products.
With Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 821 chipset, which has 10% to 25% higher clock speeds than the Snapdragon 820, Samsung is now preparing its answer to the chipset. The company will probably do the same thing with Exynos 8895 by only increasing its frequency.
There are only a few manufacturers that have a luxury of using its own chipsets and other components. Samsung uses its own chipsets, cameras and memory chips, Apple and Huawei only CPUs, and now Xiaomi is rumoured to enter the business with its own chipset.
The fourth product from Qualcomm is a rather interesting one and is its sixth-generation discrete LTE multimode chipset, the Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 LTE modem. The chipset has new, scalable modem architecture with modular components and common software.
Besides announcing new chipset for smartwatches, Qualcomm also unveiled next-generation Snapdragon chipsets. Dubbed the Snapdragon 625, Snapdragon 435 and Snapdragon 425, the new chipsets are aimed at mid-range devices with great specifications and power efficiency.
Qualcomm has only recently announced its next-gen flagship chipset and the rumours about its successor has emerged online. According to first rumours, the Snapdragon 830 chipset will support up to 8 GB of RAM, which is just too much for any smartphone in our opinion.
Although having hard times achieving profit in smartphone business, Sony is determined to change its luck. After denying possibility to exit smartphone market, the latest report suggests the company plans to develop its own in-house mobile system-on-a-chip.
As iPhone 6S and 6S Plus have started shipping to its customers, Apple's upcoming chipset is now rumoured to feature more cores than the current A9. The A10 SoC allegedly features six cores build using a 14nm or 10nm manufacturing process by either Samsung or TSMC.
Qualcomm is one of the best manufacturers for mobile SoCs, but lately a few other companies have shrunk that gap and as time goes, things are getting more interesting. Today, we have first alleged specifications for the upcoming high-end Huawei Kirin 950 chipset.
Turns out, all those reports about a Snapdragon 815 chipset from Qualcomm are false. Jon Carvill, Public Relations at Qualcomm, has clearly stated that that Snapdragon 815 chipset doesn't exist. Qualcomm is working on the Snapdragon 820, which will succeed the S810.
Qualcomm's press release, posted today, confirms that future Windows Phone devices would make use of the company's flagship Snapdragon 810 chipset. Snapdragon 810 based devices are months away from reaching the market, but it's good to know about Windows 10 Mobile.
Multiple reports in 2014 conveyed that Samsung would be the lead supplier for the next-gen Apple A9 chips, which would be built on a brand-new 14nm manufacturing process. As it turns out, Apple favors Taiwan's TSMC over Samsung foundries as their primary chip supplier.